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Physical geography, logistics and infrastructural features such as telecommunications also have a part to play in determining the local evolution of financial services, as do social, religious and cultural factors. A feature of the recent financial services landscape has been the breaking down of boundaries between historical lines of demarcation of supply. Deregulation of markets, such as that which occurred in the UK in the mid-1980s, has blurred the lines that hitherto separated the domains of banking, insurance and mortgage lending.
There is no doubt that branding is becoming increasingly important in financial services, and the creation of global power brands is likely only to be achieved by major proprietary concerns. The recent attempt by Aviva to spend £17bn acquiring Prudential is clear evidence of intent to create a major global insurance brand. Attractive synergies are to be seen between the two, and Prudential’s strength in Asia and the USA would complement Aviva’s position in Europe. In Britain, steps have been taken to address the concerns regarding the governance of mutuals as a result of the Myners’ review.
This results in financially excluded individuals falling prey to non-mainstream organizations that exploit the vulnerability of such consumers. This is particularly in evidence with regard to credit and loans, where Knights et al. 4 per cent. Credit unions offer a viable alternative to many such consumers. Unfortunately, all too often they have neither the resources required to provide the necessary infrastructure nor sufficient promotional muscle. Ideally, financial services should be viewed as providing an inclusive means for improving the financial well-being of all.
Financial Services Marketing: An international guide to principles and practice by Christine Ennew